Here’s my favorite resources and tools used in Infoprenur:
Free and Paid Book Promotion Services
Reedsy vast database of free and paid book promotion services.
127+ Top Free and Paid Book Promotion Sites compiled by Kindleprenuer. Great list.
Tools for Generating Book Titles
1.For non-fiction titles:
2.For fantasy titles:
3.For Sci-Fi titles:
4.For Horror titles:
5.For Romantic titles:
6.For Mystery Novel titles
7.For Crime Book titles
8.For Children Book titles
9.For Comic Book titles
Tools for Generating Character Names
1.For author name:
2.For fantasy character name:
3.For Sci-Fi character name:
4.For Horror character name:
5.For other character name:
Tools for Generating Plot Ideas
1.For Horror plot:
Tools for Research and Reports
KDP category browser is a great tool to identify KDP category for your book. Just copy your competitors’ categories on Amazon and paste them in this page.
Kindle Book Report is a plugin for your browser to see your sales of kindle books on daily, monthly etc basis. Really useful too.
Publisher Rocket is a great keyword research tool for KDP.
Tools for Book Templates and Descriptions
Tangent Templates is a paid services for creating KDP interior for Low content book.
Profitable Journals interiors templates
PLR Planner interiors templates
Yong’s Templates interiors templates
Bookow creates KDP cover template and also help in formatting your manuscript online.
Amazon Book cover templates is another good source. The most common trim size for non-fiction book is 6″ x 9″ cream
Amazon Paperback manuscript templates is another good source
Kindlepreneur Book Description Generator is an online tool to help craft your book descriptions with HTML codes (to spice it up). Just don’t overdo it. 🙂
Amazon Book Description HTML Editor is another great online HTML generator for KDP book description.
Tools for Generating Book Covers and Graphics Editing
1.For online tools for creating book cover:
Canva has a lot of great templates and designer that you can use. There is a free decent version that you can use. Highly recommended.
DIY Book Design is another great site to explore
2.For online editing of PSD files and creating Infographics:
Photopea is what I used online to edit PSD files when my desktop is not available.
Piktochart is great for creating/editing Infographics.
Gravit is a great free online tool for vector editing (great for creating coloring books). There is also a paid pro version which comes with more features. When you first signup, you will get 15 days trial to the Pro version. If you do not upgrade, it will downgrade to the free version. You can check out this video on how to use this tool to create coloring book from scratch.
Recommended Sites For Images and Icons
Noun Project – a great collections of icons. Do check out their licensing terms.
Freepik – has lots of free as well as paid images for commercial use. Can try the yearly subscription for unlimited downloads for about 2+ months ago.
Depositphotos – usually have good sales once or twice a year and I would order fairly large quantity (downloadable anytime).
Dreamstime – another good site for royalty-free images.
iStockPhoto – this is what I started with.
Vecteezy.com – is a great site for free vector art. Great for coloring low content book that you can use. Look for image with solid outline and solid filled colors for it to be easily workable.
Unsplash.com – fantastic resources for free professional stock quality photos that do not need attributions. Attribution is encouraged but not mandatory. Personally I will give them attribution.
Recommended Online YouTube Channels On Publishing Tips and Tricks
Rachel Harrison-Sund channel is what started me on the Low Content Publishing business and I simply love it. Do get her course too if you can.
Keith Wheeler’s Part-Time Publishing is about self-publishing books around a busy life.
Self-Publishing with Dale is publishing books that sell and building an unstoppable author brand. There is live videos every Wednesday and Saturday as well.
Kindlepreneur on learn how to sell more books today.
Kelli Publish is a regular gal who create passive income from low content book. She pumps out around 40 daily. Great to hear and learn from her experience. This interview with Rachel is a good starting point.
Recommended next step
How to turn your Kindle eBook into a Print Book – this is a great summary of what to do.
Book Descriptions That Sell by Keith Wheeler. Do check out the description in this video for additional resources which can help you further.
Book Description Bullet Points by Keith Wheeler
How to Validate a Book Idea is part 1 of keyword research video
Keyword Research Research Tips is part 2 of keyword research video